Intercollegiate Studies Institute (2011), Edition: 1, 400 pages
Presents a personal tour of the influential and era-defining books the West has ever produced. In each case, this title draws out themes, focuses on key passages and explains why they are important.
400 p.; 6 inches
1610170261 / 9781610170260
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